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试题内容
Directions:
You will hear 10 short dialogues. For each dialogue, there is one question and four possible answers. Choose the correct answer-A, B, C or D, and mark it in your test booklet. You will have 15 seconds to answer the question and you will hear each dialogue only once.

Questions 11 -13 are based on the following interview with John Smith, a psychologist on office behavior.
1.[单选题]Why should an alarm be set?
  • A.To give a go-home signal.
  • B.To remind people to relax.
  • C.To make people work fast.
  • D.To warn people of an emergency
2.[单选题]Why should personal phone calls be avoided?
  • A.They may take a lot of time.
  • B.They may reduce social time.
  • C.They may spoil a great mood.
  • D.They may cause errors in work.
3.[单选题]______
  • A.Arrive at the office earlier.
  • B.Jump into paper work first.
  • C.Start with less difficult tasks.
  • D.Get ready within 15 minutes.
  • 参考答案:B,A,D
  • 解题思路:W: Good evening. Welcome back to Mr. Radio. Of today's program, Mr. John Smith, a psychologist on office behavior, has come with tips on a productive workday. Now, Mr. Smith, what's your first point?
    M: To begin with, make sure to limit start-up time. Never spend more than 15 minutes getting coffee, settling in, looking at newspapers or reading emails. You are often most productive at the beginning of the day. Jump into the important work quickly.
    W: Also my problem, I can't get myself put-in in an hour or even more.
    M: And you got it. And secondly, social time is also important. Spend a few moments on social time with your colleagues. But avoid personal phone calls, they could turn into big time-eaters.
    W: Social time makes you feel great, especially when you have a heavy load of tasks.
    M: You are fight. Thirdly, set a quiet alarm on your watch or computer to go off every hour. This is your signal throughout the day to take a break. Get up and stretch, walk around the building, things like that. Keep the voice in low so that they doesn't upset your colleagues.W: Stay tuned for more, for Mr. Smith. We will be back soon after the break.